Beauty of Beginnings – June 20th | Beauty of Beginnings

In early February 2018 I found myself taking the train in Dubai. I entered a carriage, and a few minutes later realised that there where only women in my carriage. It was a woman only carriage. Something that would not be possible in my culture in Australia. For the first time in my life I noticed a small part of … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 19th | beauty of Beginnings

Coherence, resonance and right relationship Yesterday I received a text and noticed I had an ill feeling in my body afterwards. It was like something had infected my field. If I were an animal I would have shaken it off, literally. Noticing it, I went for a walk. Did some cleaning. Moved my body. A human version of shaking it … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 18th | Beauty of Beginnings

Mono, meaning one. Monoculture. Monocurrency. Monopoly. Monofinance In nature, with some 14 Billion years of practise, a Mono attempt is rebuked by design. Mono is the human equivalent of supreme power. An egoic force. Autocracy. Or in business, our obsession with monopoly. Mono squeezes out optionality and diversity. It creates a desert of ideas rather than a garden of innovation. … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 17th | Beauty of Beginnings

There are days that demand we show up in our full glory, not a single part hidden. Head high, gaze steady, each step taken as if we have no doubt of the way. All in. We may have doubt about the how and the what. There is no doubt about the why, about the direction. The Earth moves, breathing with … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 16th | Beauty of Beginnings

The price you pay.. To get a dawn shot like this is temperatures below 10 C. What matters most asks us to choose to let go of something. A warm bed, an old pattern. Hiding. Being passive. Speaking truth to a world of lies. Each has its price. Give me the arrows from those who fear than a life lived … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 15th | Beauty of Beginnings

People like us do things like this. Seth Godin uses this quote often. People like us treat other people with respect. We do not lie, cheat, or attempt to stab someone in the back. If our insecurities come out and we do some harm to another from a more primitive part of ourselves, we have the courage and decency to … Read More

4 Conversations to enable your team to produce exponential outcomes in a world where human work is being replaced by technology | Exponential Outcomes for Teams

As we are entering a world where humans will be replaced with technology, the few areas that robotics and AI will not be able to address, at least in the immediate term, are the very human qualities. Trust, care, respect, empathy, synergy, creativity, resilience and heart felt connection. For those who care about the relevance of the future of humanity, … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 14th | beauty of Beginnings

There is an old story that has been the undoing of the majority of humans this last few hundred or so years. It goes something like this… We humans are selfish. Dog eat dog. Not enough to go around. Solitary. Not to be trusted. Out for our selves. Our systems of trickle down economics is the only way to be … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 13th | Beauty of Beginnings

The happy place. Is now. Sitting at my cafe, with the view of the ocean as the sun rises. Drinking an artisan made coffee and eating a hand made almond croissant, my daughter and my little dog beside me. About 100 Chinese tourists on the beach to capture the rising sun. The early morning window cleaners and police, many beach … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – June 12th | Beauty of Beginnings

When the impossible becomes possible. All the impossible things…breaking the four minute mile, landing and returning from the moon, obtaining the vote for women, enabling LGTB rights and marriage, bringing down the Berlin Wall… I watch in wonder as the conversation about Universal Basic Income moves rapidly from fringe to main stream. And I ask the question, if we humans … Read More